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Android EditText Example

Android system supports EditText, which is a subclass of TextView supplied with text editing operations. We often use EditText in our Android applications in order to provide an input or text field, especially in forms. In this example we are going to show you some commonly used EditText xml attributes and how to embody and handle an EditText in our ...

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Android TextView Example

Android system provides us TextView, from where we can display text into the screen. Although it contains text editing operations, the basic class does not allow editing, so EditText class is provided for this reason. In this example we are going to show you some commonly used TextView attributes and how to embody and handle a TextView in our Android ...

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Android Event Handling Example

Events represents a response to user’s interaction with input controls, such as press of a button or touch of the screen. Android framework places each occurring Event into a queue, which is based on FIFO (first-in first-out) logic. When an Event happens an Event Listener, which is involved with the View object, should be registered. Then, the registered Event Listener ...

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